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Searching for Answers

Family and friends await details about the police shooting death of Samuel Dubose in Mount Auburn

· Jul 22, 2015 10:51 am

On July 20, more than 100 mourners gathered in the small, isolated section of Mount Auburn in the shadow of Christ Hospital where Samuel Dubose died the previous day. ...

Stealing Time

How subcontracting makes recovering lost wages difficult for undocumented immigrant workers

· Jul 15, 2015 09:46 am

Juan Alvarez was one of 10 undocumented workers from Guatemala recruited by Jorge Padrilla, an undocumented Mexican, to do the framing and drywall work for an addition at the Ohio Theta House fraternity on Joselin Street in Clifton Heights last July. 
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Crisis Averted?

Cincinnati neighborhoods continue to struggle with blight in the wake of the foreclosure crisis

· Jul 8, 2015 12:55 am

When the eyes of the nation turn to the All-Star Game in Cincinnati this week, viewers will likely see a pristine version of the city. What they won’t see are hundreds of vacant houses blighting nearby neighborhoods — a haunting reminder the foreclosure crisis is still thriving in Cincinnati. ...

Fighting On

Advocates push back against new state regulations closing in on Cincinnati’s last clinic providing abortions

· Jul 1, 2015 09:37 am

In the gray early morning of June 24, a charter bus idled outside the Elizabeth Campbell Surgical Center in Mount Auburn waiting to take a group of Planned Parenthood supporters from Cincinnati to the state capitol building in Columbus. ...

U.S. Supreme Court Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage Nationwide

· Jul 1, 2015 09:48 am

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled June 26 that same-sex marriage bans are unconstitutional, legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide
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Public Fight

As a new effort to increase charter schools launches, public school advocates push back

· Jun 24, 2015 11:52 am

A group calling itself the Cincinnati Educational Justice Coalition packed 60 people into a small conference room at the West End YMCA June 18 to discuss solutions to a long-standing issue — the  stubborn gap separating low-income Cincinnati students from their more well-off peers.
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Leftovers: What We Ate This Weekend

Asian, beer and barbecue

· Jul 27, 2015 12:03 pm

Each week CityBeat staffers, dining writers and the occasional intern tell you what they ate this weekend. We're not always proud — or trendy — but we definitely spend at least some money on food. Casey Arnold: Yesterday, my boyfriend and I went to Findlay Market to see some live ...

Morning News and Stuff

Protests continue over Dubose shooting; Ohio marijuana legalization drama; Kasich goes PoMo

· Jul 27, 2015 10:11 am

Hey all! Hope your weekend was grand. Here’s the news today.Today is the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. There are a number of events going on downtown to commemorate the historic federal law, which works to guarantee equal rights for those with disabilities. A rally and p...

Review: Cincinnati Opera's Turandot

The Opera's 95th season closes Friday

· Jul 27, 2015 10:00 am

Cincinnati Opera winds up its 95th season in truly grand operatic fashion with an opulent production of Puccini’s Turandot. The singing is (mostly) sublime, the spectacle is lavish and all the production elements are executed with stylish precision. The opera is a fantasy based on a play by the Ve...

 

Searching for Answers

Family and friends await details about the police shooting death of Samuel Dubose in Mount Auburn

· Jul 22, 2015 10:51 am

On July 20, more than 100 mourners gathered in the small, isolated section of Mount Auburn in the shadow of Christ Hospital where Samuel Dubose died the previous day. ...

Stealing Time

How subcontracting makes recovering lost wages difficult for undocumented immigrant workers

· Jul 15, 2015 09:46 am

Juan Alvarez was one of 10 undocumented workers from Guatemala recruited by Jorge Padrilla, an undocumented Mexican, to do the framing and drywall work for an addition at the Ohio Theta House fraternity on Joselin Street in Clifton Heights last July. 
...

Crisis Averted?

Cincinnati neighborhoods continue to struggle with blight in the wake of the foreclosure crisis

· Jul 8, 2015 12:55 am

When the eyes of the nation turn to the All-Star Game in Cincinnati this week, viewers will likely see a pristine version of the city. What they won’t see are hundreds of vacant houses blighting nearby neighborhoods — a haunting reminder the foreclosure crisis is still thriving in Cincinnati. ...

Officers Charged with Covering Up Accident for Controversial Cop

· Jul 8, 2015 01:01 pm

Two Cincinnati police officers have been charged in the cover up of a car accident involving a third officer, Sgt. Andrew Mitchell. ...

U.S. Supreme Court Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage Nationwide

· Jul 1, 2015 09:48 am

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled June 26 that same-sex marriage bans are unconstitutional, legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide
...

Fighting On

Advocates push back against new state regulations closing in on Cincinnati’s last clinic providing abortions

· Jul 1, 2015 09:37 am

In the gray early morning of June 24, a charter bus idled outside the Elizabeth Campbell Surgical Center in Mount Auburn waiting to take a group of Planned Parenthood supporters from Cincinnati to the state capitol building in Columbus. ...

 
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